Discussion in 'Trek Literature' started by Defcon, Nov 26, 2012.
Will there be anything to celebrate ds9's 20th anniversary next year?
At least there should be a pretty cover with...
Spoiler: DS9 stuff
The new DS9 station on it.
...most likely on DRG3's opening chapter to "The Fall"
Yah I did miss the updates, I thought this was a second multi-book series & that DS9 had it's own. That's what I get for taking most of Thanksgiving off. Should be a fun ride, I'm excited for TrekLit in 2013.
Maybe back when Pocket released two books per month, there would've been time for two 5-book events in a single year, but not anymore.
Hell yeah, finally a decent character writer back on Titan!
Not a huge fan of Titan, I would've definitely skipped its installment in The Fall if Micheal Martin had been writing it. Swallow can be hit or miss, but I at least feel like I'll get something in readable shape for eight bucks.
I am glad that Swallow is back. This sounds like an epic series!
Any indication as to what, exactly, will be "falling"?
^It's all gonna be about that reality Q told us about in The Eternal Tide where Janeway slips in the shower and dies.
Unfortunately it's just The Fall, and does not have the word Classic at the end.
What's The Fall series? I've tried googling it and I guess I missed the announcement.
Thanks for the kind words, folks.
But White-Blue is like Data. They both run on Android...
I was drinking, damn you!
Just hope Voyager doesn't end up doing a time jump like DS9 did just so it can catch back up with the other 24th century books!
Man that would be a stupid idea. I sure hope that doesn't happen.
Actually, from where the last book left off, a time jump for Voyager wouldn't be a *terrible* thing. At least, it wouldn't be as mind-numbingly frustrating as it was for DS9.
Agreed. Given the way things ended in The Eternal Tide, a small jump forward in time wouldn't be a huge deal. I wouldn't want several years to pass between novels, but a few months certainly would not disrupt the story. There aren't any dramatic cliffhangers or on-going plot threads that would be severely disrupted by a small jump forward.
A months long jump would actually seem to make sense. Several years ahead the "Litverse present" would probably just serve to disrupt the story.
Sounds like an epic interview(hint, hint).
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